Der unendliche Raum der Architektur: Ulrich Stucky (1925–2003). Architekt, Planer, Forscher, Vermittler

Bruno Maurer, Werner Oechslin, eds.
‘Der unendliche Raum der Architektur’
Ulrich Stucky (1925–2003)
Architekt, Planer, Forscher, Vermittler

2009. 21 x 27 cm, softcover with flap
181 pages, 212 illustrations b/w
ISBN 978-3-85676-244-5
CHF 48.00 / EUR 45.00

Contributions by Richard Buser, Bruno Maurer, Emil Maurer, Werner Oechslin, Stephan Steger, Paul Hofer, Paul Nizon, Rolf Soiron
With photographs by Werner Blaser
Designed by Sabina Stucky


Ulrich Stucky is one of the most interesting figures of the second generation of modern Swiss architecture. Influenced by Sigfried Giedion and Alvar Aalto, the Bernese architect left behind a remarkable oeuvre. The book pays tribute to Ulrich Stucky’s versatile and committed personality with a number of prominent authors who knew him from close collaboration and appreciated him as a lucid interlocutor, as a generous helper, comrade-in-arms and friend.